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HOW August 2009 Issue
- By HOW Magazine Editors
Special Issue: Creative Talent
HOW's August 2009 Issue (The first-ever Creative Talent Issue) spotlights the rising stars in design, illustration and photography. Get to know these innovative people, and get inspired to fuel your own creative career with continuing-education programs tailor-made for working professionals.
17 Rising Stars They're young, wildly talented and poised to set the world on fire. Meet 17 up-and-coming stars in design, illustration and photography-all recommended by leading professionals-and view a fresh crop of work you've never seen before.
Back to School
Learn how to sculpt. Refresh your drawing skills. Take a class in entrepreneurship. Study with Milton Glaser. We've uncovered 9 top-notch continuing-education programs tailor-made for working design professionals. Find the perfect opportunity to fuel your career-either in your city or on your computer.
Art School Confidential
When we started seeing fantastic design work coming from students in unexpected places (like Starkville, MS), we had to investigate. Meet the students and faculty bringing three off-the-radar design programs into the national spotlight.
Just because you've got shelves of royalty-free stock CDs or an unlimited account with a big photo agency doesn't mean you have to use images in the same old way. One designer shows you how to transform the most mundane stock shots into creative and original compositions. You'll rethink your own approach to stock.
Whether you're searching for greener pastures or you're the victim of a layoff, you may soon be exploring different corporate cultures. Here's how to fit in with your new tribe.
Inspired by Walt Disney World's Space Mountain, Atlanta-based firm The SuperGroup took an intergalactic approach to styling its workspace. Take a peek at this far-out studio.
Are You Stretching or Stagnant?
Grab a pencil and prepare to make notes right on the page as creativity guru Sam Harrison guides you through 8 exercises designed to stretch your creative muscles.